IPRC-Kigali students preparing for exams
The Integrated Polytechnic Regional Centre students (IPRC-Kigali) are preparing for advanced level exams which are scheduled for 21 – 31 January, 2013.
According to the Examination and time table officer Pierre Simbarikure, 921 students are set to sit for the exams in the departments of Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronics technology, ICT and Mechanical Engineering. Exams for the evening programs will follow when day program students finish.
The Principal of IPRC-Kigali Eng. Diogene Mulindahabi said that due to the Modular system of teaching, some students have already sat for their exams.
Through working according to regulations set by the High Council of Education (HEC), staff in the Examinations office is optimistic that their system meets standard requirements. The use of external officers in setting exams is also a point to support this belief.
Jean Claude Nkundineza a first year student in Mechanical Engineering explained how he is ready for the exams and also proud of his choice to join this course.
“I like TVET because every day I discover new skills which I hope will enable me to meet requirements on the labour market,’ says Nkundineza.
Another student Akagera Kamanzi opposed the negative perception by most people who think that females can’t manage TVET due to their physical nature.
With the latest technology she stressed that what matters is having skills to control machines in many fields of work.
IPRC –Kigali still aspires to be a leading world class institution through producing graduates capable of developing and implementing creative technical solutions to social and industrial needs of Rwanda, the region and International society.
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